Arch Linux packages were updated and there are big changes!
Packages no longer requires Qt from git.
This means they depends on official Qt 5 packages from Arch Linux.
polkit-qt-1 was recently ported to Qt 5 and made parallel installable with Qt 4 builds
by Pier Luigi Fiorini, but an official release from upstream is not available.
qtwayland is still an unreleased Qt module, hence it needed packaging from us.
The good news is that from now on, if you install
you should be able to run Qt 5 applications on Wayland.
However an extensive test hasn’t been done yet.
Also, all the new packages install over
This means that in order to run Hawaii you just need to type
Programs such as sddm, Communi, QtCreator, etc… are no longer available from
our binary archives. Users can easily build them from AUR.
Before installing the new packages, please remove all the old packages.
Full list of old Qt 5 from git packages below:
Full list of applications that were packaged:
Full list of Hawaii packages:
After you cleaned up the system from old packages, install the new packages with:
pacman -Sy hawaii-meta-git